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Why does the disaster always strike in your city
Why does the disaster always strike in your city
Intro Evolution of social networks Evolution of social networking
Intro Evolution of social networks Evolution of social networking
White, black, pink not wearing any
White, black, pink not wearing any
Have you seen Avatar
Have you seen Avatar
In terms of traffic:
In terms of traffic:
In terms of money:
In terms of money:
Total number of malicious software samples that are targeting social
Total number of malicious software samples that are targeting social
As social networks continue to grow, the threats associated with them
As social networks continue to grow, the threats associated with them
Whats out there right now
Whats out there right now
1 in 150 websites is infected
1 in 150 websites is infected
1 in 150 websites is currently spreading infections Legitimate
1 in 150 websites is currently spreading infections Legitimate
What to expect from 2010
What to expect from 2010
Old threats, new applications Vulnerabilities in the applications
Old threats, new applications Vulnerabilities in the applications
What to expect from 2010
What to expect from 2010
New threats, old applications Exploiting the new features as they are
New threats, old applications Exploiting the new features as they are
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So much personal information becomes public on social networks right
So much personal information becomes public on social networks right
Geo targeting example
Geo targeting example
Language targeting example
Language targeting example
Interests targeting example
Interests targeting example
You are targeted
You are targeted
The number and complexity of threats that exploit web 2.0 platforms
The number and complexity of threats that exploit web 2.0 platforms
Thank you
Thank you

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Why does the disaster always strike in your city

Why does the disaster always strike in your city.ppt
1 Why does the disaster always strike in your city

Why does the disaster always strike in your city

Evolution of social networking threats

?tefan T?nase Senior Regional Researcher, EEMEA Global Research and Analysis Team Kaspersky Lab International Press Tour Cyberthreat Landscape 2009: Outcomes, Trends and Forecasts, Moscow, January 28-31, 2010

2 Intro Evolution of social networks Evolution of social networking

Intro Evolution of social networks Evolution of social networking

threats The web as the main infection vector What to expect from 2010? Targeted attacks Questions and answers You Ryan Naraine

Overview

3 White, black, pink not wearing any

White, black, pink not wearing any

Intro lets stand up!

4 Have you seen Avatar

Have you seen Avatar

In 3D? Twice? With both of your girlfriends? At the same time? ? What was the vulnerability presented in Avatar? Trusting technology to win against humans.

Avatar

5 In terms of traffic:

In terms of traffic:

Evolution of social networks

6 In terms of money:

In terms of money:

Evolution of social networks

7 Total number of malicious software samples that are targeting social

Total number of malicious software samples that are targeting social

networks: +100.000

Evolution of social networks

8 As social networks continue to grow, the threats associated with them

As social networks continue to grow, the threats associated with them

will obviously escalate. Old threats in old applications - its sooo 2009! Old threats in new applications - predictable New threats in old applications - more/less predictable New threats in new applications - totally unpredictable

What to expect from 2010?

9 Whats out there right now

Whats out there right now

Infected websites out of a pool of 300K Source: Kaspersky Lab Analytical article - http://www.viruslist.com/en/analysis?pubid=204792089

10 1 in 150 websites is infected

1 in 150 websites is infected

Whats out there right now

11 1 in 150 websites is currently spreading infections Legitimate

1 in 150 websites is currently spreading infections Legitimate

websites, with legitimate traffic Breaches caused by compromised FTP accounts Injected with iframes or javascripts that deliver exploits Visitors not running the latest versions of plug-ins and browsers get infected FTP passwords are extracted from the infected computers Everything thats out there is out there anyway. So lets talk about the future.

Whats out there right now

12 What to expect from 2010

What to expect from 2010

13 Old threats, new applications Vulnerabilities in the applications

Old threats, new applications Vulnerabilities in the applications

themselves Google Wave XSS is a very good example Unwanted content: spam, phishing Malicious programs: more space to spread them Koobface: development of new modules to target the new applications once they become popular

What to expect from 2010?

14 What to expect from 2010

What to expect from 2010

15 New threats, old applications Exploiting the new features as they are

New threats, old applications Exploiting the new features as they are

being added Evolution of Koobface: Start attacking more experienced users AV detection rates will really start to matter Encrypted config files (plain text at the moment) P2P architecture (server client at the moment) Use of drive-by downloads, not just social engineering

What to expect from 2010?

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New threats, new applications

What to expect from 2010?

17 So much personal information becomes public on social networks right

So much personal information becomes public on social networks right

now Advertisers are already doing it: targeted ads Age, gender, location, interests, work field, browsing habits, relationships Targeted ads? Targeted attacks are already out there But social networks are enabling the cybercriminals to start delivering automated targeted attacks The personal data is there. Next step? Automation. Geographical IP location has been around for a while Automatic language translation services are becoming better Personal interests & tastes are public (ie: trending topics)

Targeted attacks become mainstream

18 Geo targeting example

Geo targeting example

19 Language targeting example

Language targeting example

20 Interests targeting example

Interests targeting example

21 You are targeted

You are targeted

This is why the bomb always explodes in your city.

Targeted attacks become mainstream

22 The number and complexity of threats that exploit web 2.0 platforms

The number and complexity of threats that exploit web 2.0 platforms

will continue to grow Social networks are opening up new ways for automated targeted attacks against individuals Localized, contextualized, personalized It will be very hard for social networks to do better: unfortunately, their business means usability, not security Attacks will also shift towards other platforms (Mac)

Whats next?

23 Thank you

Thank you

Questions?

stefant@kaspersky.ro twitter.com/stefant

Stefan Tanase Senior Regional Researcher, EEMEA Global Research and Analysis Team Kaspersky Lab International Press Tour Cyberthreat Landscape 2009: Outcomes, Trends and Forecasts, Moscow, January 28-31, 2010

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